GEORGETOWN, Texas - Sewanee women's lacrosse opened its spring break road trip with a 13-2 victory over Concordia Wisconsin on Thursday afternoon on the campus of Southwestern University.
INSIDE THE MATCHUP
Final Score: Sewanee (7-3) 13, Concordia Wisconsin (1-2) 2
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HOW IT HAPPENED
-Earning an 8-0 halftime lead, Sewanee netted the first 10 goals of the contest.
-The Tigers defense limited the Falcons to two goals on 23 total shots and did not allow a free position goal.
-Logan Bulls caused four turnovers and scooped up six grounders.
-Grace Fulton also helped on the defensive end with three caused turnovers.
-Brianna Young (3-3) earned the win in goal for the Tigers, saving seven shots in 30 minutes.
CONCORDIA WISCONSIN KEY STATISTICS
-Allison Kurek and Lauren Paquin each scored for CUW.
-Kennedy Boyer (1-2) saved 11 shots, recorded four groundballs and caused three turnovers.
After a day off on Friday, the Tigers continue their weekend in the Lone Star State with a neutral site contest with Puget Sound (Wash.) on Saturday.